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Cambridge, Newnham

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:


Counterpart of lease to John Touchere and Christiana his wife, of a messuage, an empty place and a garden in different places for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 10s., 1376-06-12

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/16 C/86
Scope and Contents The messuage is in Milne Street between a tenement of Matilda Baylham and a tenement once of Bexwell ; the empty place is in Perewynes Lane between St Edward's hostel and a tenement of the Prior of the Chapel of St Edmund; the garden is in Newnham between a tenement of Alice Gosse and a garden of the said John and abuts on the highway and on le Mortymure [Mortimer] garden.The name of an additional lessee has been erased throughout.Witnesses: John Gibbon, mayor;...
Dates: 1376-06-12

Counterpart of lease to Thomas atte Howes, Margery his wife and one son of a messuage in Newnham for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 3s 4d, 1393-04

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/14/81
Scope and Contents

The messuage lies between a tenement of the wife of John Marshal and a tenement formerly John Loder's and abuts on ground formerly of Sir Leo Mortimer and on the highway.
Witnesses: John Herrys, mayor; Thomas Trivet; William Blickling; William Comberton; John Barker

Dates: 1393-04

Grant to John Charner de Newnham, senior, of a tenement held by gift of the said John for the life of the said John and thereafter to John, son of William de Brunne, burgess, 1347-12-01

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/14/63
Scope and Contents

The tenement lies between a tenement of Sir Thomas Mortimer and a tenement formly John Nightingale's and abuts on the high road, a tenement of John, son of the said John, and of Reginald de Willingham and on a tenement of the said Sir Thomas Mortimer.
Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas de Wells; Robert Martin; Daniel de Felsted; Henry de Beche, bailiffs; Nicholas Gosse; Simon Sinek; Robert Baron; John Laurence

Dates: 1347-12-01

Lease to John Brunne [College bailiff of estates], for life, of two adjacent tenements in Bridge Street and two gardens in Newnham., 1398-11-30

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/16/2.a
Scope and Contents One tenement is next to the Stone Hostel of St John's (N), and abuts (W) on Bridge Street; the other is next to a tenement of Robert Doke and also abuts on Bridge Street. One garden lies in Newnham, commonly called Kokkous and abuts on Newnham Wey, and the other, also in Newnham, lies lengthwise next to a tenement and garden of John Rattlesden, commonly called Pondyerde and also abuts on Newnham Way.Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; John Herrys; John Blaunkpayn; Simon Bentybow, Hugh...
Dates: 1398-11-30

Notebook 674, covering 20 October 2012 to 20 December 2012., 2012-10-20 - 2012-12-20

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC14/6/2/1/674
Scope and Contents

Locations featured include: New Haven, Connecticut [3381-89], specifically East Rock [3381], Cambridge [3389-431, 3432-37] and the Newnham House beech [3416-19], Brandon Park [3392-413], Canterbury [3431-32], Valley Mills in Texas [3438-52] and Skull Creek, Bastrop [3450-52].

Dates: 2012-10-20 - 2012-12-20

Property in Newnham, s.d. to 1482, 1250-11 - 1482

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/13/1-68
Scope and Contents

Some of this is in Grantchester parish, though the greater number are in St Giles' parish. The numbers XIV 38 to XIV 47 are not used.

Dates: 1250-11 - 1482